Unit dHz
Name decihertz
Category Frequency
Details A decihertz (dHz) is a unit of frequency measurement equal to one-tenth of a hertz (0.1 Hz). In the field of frequency, a hertz (Hz) is the unit of measurement for the number of cycles or oscillations a periodic signal or event undergoes in one second. A decihertz implies that there are 0.1 cycles or oscillations per second. It is a less common unit for expressing frequency, but it can be useful for describing very low-frequency phenomena or for scientific applications where precision is necessary.